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  • The city as a refuge for insect pollinators. 

    Hall, DM; Camilo, GR; Tonietto, RK; Ollerton, J; Ahrné, K; Arduser, M; Ascher, JS; Baldock, KCR; Fowler, R; Frankie, G; Goulson, D; Gunnarsson, B; Hanley, ME; Jackson, JI; Langellotto, G; Lowenstein, D; Minor, ES; Philpott, SM; Potts, SG; Sirohi, MH; Spevak, EM; Stone, GN; Threlfall, CG (United States, 2017-02)
    Research on urban insect pollinators is changing views on the biological value and ecological importance of cities. The abundance and diversity of native bee species in urban landscapes that are absent in nearby rural ...
  • Use of a seagrass residency index to apportion commercial fishery landing values and recreation fisheries expenditure to seagrass habitat service. 

    Jackson, EL; Rees, SE; Wilding, C; Attrill, MJ (United States, 2015-06)
    Where they dominate coastlines, seagrass beds are thought to have a fundamental role in maintaining populations of exploited species. Thus, Mediterranean seagrass beds are afforded protection, yet no attempt to determine ...

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